Body language and communication : a guide for people with Autism Spectrum disorders
By: Perks, Simon.
Contributor(s): Lockett, Steve.Publisher: London National Autistic Society 2007Description: 65 p. : ill. ; 21 cm.|Cover : bright blue ; Spine : bright blue (no print).ISBN: 9781905722297.Subject(s): AUTISM | BODY LANGUAGE | NONVERBAL COMMUNICATION | SOCIAL SKILLS
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"Understanding and using body language can be difficult for people with an autism spectrum disorder. Learning how to use body language effectively can help us to communicate more successfully and enjoyably with other people. This book discusses some simple body language techniques and a number of scenarios where we can put these into practice, such as meeting people for the first time, starting a conversation or engaging in small talk and workplace banter." NAS Website
Introduction|Meeting and greeting people|starting a conversation|Speaking|Listening|Having a conversation|Talking with a group of people|Social events|In case of emergency|Developing our body language skills